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Iceland / Land of Fire & Ice

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Price per person: $3895.00

Walking Guide 3

Walking Guide 3 requires moderate amount of walking possibly on uneven surfaces; longer and shorter days; possible air travel with long walks to terminal gates.

Soak in the Blue Lagoon – a lake of warm, mineral-rich geothermal water, experience Fly-Over Iceland, a virtual flight, and see “Gulifoss”, Iceland’s most famous waterfall.

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Iceland
Land of Fire and Ice

July 14-20, 2021    |    7 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata    Times pending

Price per person: $3,895 Double    $4,694 Single
$N/A Triple    $N/A Quad
Deposit – $250 per person at registration
**$299 per person additional Trip Protection Plan due at registration

Avoid $ loss; purchase Trip Protection Plan**

Includes airfare & airport transfers from Lancaster, PA

5 breakfasts    2 dinners

♦Passport Booklet (valid 6 months after tour’s return) is required♦

This tour is being offered in cooperation with Mayflower Tours.

Day 1 *Transfer to airport for your flight to Keflavik, Iceland

Day 2 *Be prepared to see green plains, wild volcanic scenery, beautiful coasts and lakes, spouting geysers, hot springs, mud pools and sophisticated cities *Meet your Mayflower representative and transfer to your hotel in Hveragerdi or Selfoss *Enjoy a welcome dinner at the hotel (D)

Day 3 *Journey through small villages and farmlands to the majestic mountains with views including Mt. Hekla, most active volcano in Iceland, the towering ice-capped strato volcano Eyjafjallajokull *See two of the most magnificent waterfalls in Iceland—the Seljalandsfoss, which you can walk behind, and Skogafoss *Learn about the preservation of the Southern Iceland cultural heritage at Skogar Folk Museum *outside of Vik (B)

Day 4 *Head for the rough tracks of Reykjanes, one of the most active volcanic areas in Iceland *Visit the geothermal area of Krysuvik and Lake Kleifarvatn with its hot springs and solfatares *Experience the Blue Lagoon—a lake of warm, mineral-rich geothermal water, internationally renowned for its healing prowess Located in the middle of a lava field in the pure and beautiful Icelandic wilderness, water is heated by underground volcanic activity at a depth of 5,400 feet and is pumped to the surface to form this man-made wonder. *Soak in the pleasantly warm mineral-rich water (B)

Day 5 *Visit Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital city heated entirely by geothermal water and home to the “smoking bay,” named for the rising steam that greeted the city’s Viking founder, Angolfr Arnarsson The city is home to charming historic buildings of stone and timber and imaginative modern architecture *Have a panoramic city tour, seeing Parliament, harbor, ‘Pearl’ and Hofoi House and Hallgrimskirkja *Shop and lunch on own *Visit FlyOver Iceland, a virtual flight to experience waterfalls, geysers, scenic landscapes and more *Enjoy an evening of leisure (B)

Day 6 *Embark on a full-day tour of the Golden Circle with a drive to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Thingvellir National Park, where the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is seen above water and situated by Lake Thingvallavatn, the most historic site on the island as the world’s oldest democratic parliament was founded here in 930 AD *View “Strokkur,” one of the most active geysers at Geysir, Iceland *See “Gulifoss” (Golden Waterfall), Iceland’s most famous waterfall *Meet some of the native Icelandic horses *Learn about the growing of healthy tomatoes using green energy, pure water and organic pest controls *Join your travel companions for a farewell dinner (B, D)

Day 7 *Transfer to Keflavik Airport for our flight to the U.S., returning home with many fond memories to the Land of Fire and Ice (B)

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